In 1969 the original Woodstock Festival brought together half a million people in a celebration of peace, love, and music. Fifty-one years later, the Rod of Iron Freedom Festival, hosted by Kahr Arms Group, will be Pennsylvania’s version of Woodstock, bringing together individuals from all over the world in a similar celebration of peace…the kind protected by the 2nd Amendment. Tickets are free, but you can register here.
The Rod of Iron Freedom Festival takes place at Kahr Arms, located at 105 Kahr Ave. in Greeley, Pennsylvania, on October 9, 10, and 11. This is more than a political rally; it’s a family event with plenty of fun activities for all ages and levels of comfort with guns. Saturday’s program runs from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday’s from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The festival is packed with patriotic displays, food and vendor booths, shooting competitions, family-fun activities, a fireworks extravaganza, educational seminars, a self-defense demo, live music, an art show, and more,” said one of the festival organizers.
Of course, it just wouldn’t be a Kahr event unless you could potentially win an awesome gun, and this one is no different. You can enter to win a special edition Trump Tommy Gun, too (although you don’t need to attend the event to do so…here’s the link!).
Justin Moon, CEO of Kahr Arms, sums up the event: “By celebrating the 2nd Amendment we recognize and cherish all of America’s freedoms.”
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